ICT-based Innovation and Employability for Women

Marios A Pappas, Yannis Papagerasimou, Athanasios Drigas, Dimitris Raftopoulos, Pantelos Nikolaidis


The utilization of ICTs in creating new jobs and eliminating gender based inequalities in employability and entrepreneurship, employs increasingly more researchers, governments and organizations around the world. In this article we analyze the current situation regarding the impact of ICTs, social networks and media on creating new opportunities for the employability of women. We also present the new market requirements, the new e-skills that will be acquired by women in order to take advantage of new labor market opportunities. Finally special reference is made to new trends in women's entrepreneurship as well as the supportive role of ICTs.


ICT; Female Entrepreneurship; ICT-based Innovation; ICT-skills; Employability for Women; Labor Market;

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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) – eISSN: 2192-4880
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